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How To Improve Blood Flow & Circulation To Your Hands & Fingers

When someone speaks about poor blood flow, they typically think about their legs and feet…

However, hands are also very common and I personally had issues with this myself a few years ago.

For me, it was always cold hands and I hated it because I never wanted to touch anyone or shake someone’s hands.

Of course, I’ve since fixed this problem and I’ll show you what I’ve done in a minute.


One cause of poor blood flow to your hands would be carpal tunnel syndrome, which is more typical these days because everyone is on their computer or phones.

Another cause would be that your back isn’t aligned well
and you need a chiropractic adjustment or a massage to relax the muscles around your spine and neck.

Again, this is more prevalent these days because we’re sitting so long, hunched over the computer with poor posture.

Finally, another major reason for poor blood flow would be because inflammation… Which requires an anti-inflammatory diet
and anti-inflammatory supplements, herbs and vitamins.

It’s VERY IMPORTANT to know that poor blood flow and circulation
is one of the primary causes of a heart attack or stroke.

This is because it can lead to:
-Hypertension and high blood pressure
-Hardening and narrowing of your arteries
-Higher cholesterol and plaque build up

So whether you feel it in your hands or your feet,
it’s a WARNING SIGN that you MUST
improve your blood flow and circulation.

So let’s continue and I’ll quickly reveal one of the 3 best solutions for improving blood flow and circulation to your hands
Hand Squeezing/Gripping

This is for strengthening your grip and your hand muscles, while increasing blood flow.

Grab anything you can squeeze… this can be something “soft”, such as rolled up socks.

Or something a lot firmer like a tennis ball.

If you’re weak, start with something softer and build up to a firmer tennis ball as you gain strength.

You should squeeze the object, then HOLD for at least 1-2 seconds, then release. That’s ONE repetition.

Do at least 10 repetitions and work up to 20-30 reps… or until you feel a good burn in your hands. That’s ONE set.

Then back to the original hand. Better to start with your STRONGER hand.

You should do 2-3 sets of at least 15 or more repetitions, 3x weekly on alternate days. Such as Mon, Wed and Fri.

Remember, you need to squeeze and HOLD to really FEEL the muscles contract and increase blood flow and muscle contractions to the area.

After you’re done, massage and stretch your hands and forearms.

Wrist Curls
Now we want to strengthen your wrist and your forearm muscles.

To do this, you’ll do wrist curls and reverse wrist curls.

To do a wrist curl, you’ll need a light dumbbell and slowly curl the weight from the bottom to the top.

You can put your forearms on your leg, on a bench or anything stable.

Do 3 sets of 15-25 repetitions, 3x weekly.

And then you’ll also want to do reverse wrist curls for the top of your forearms.

Same idea, but going the opposite direction.

Again, 3 sets of 15-25 repetitions, 3x weekly.

Just like the hand squeezing/gripping exercise, do these on alternate days …

But this time, let’s do it on OTHER days — Tues/Thurs/Sat if possible. This way we are exercising your hands and forearms every day.

However, if that’s not possible, just do them all on the same days as the gripping exercise — Mon/Wed/Fri

Even though this video is about blood flow to your hands,
your BODY as a WHOLE requires better circulation…

And I think walking is one of the best exercises you can do and almost anyone can do it, any where, any time of the day and it doesn’t cost you anything.

Ideally you would walk outside in fresh air if possible.

First thing morning and/or late evening are good times but, whenever you can is a better than nothing.
Try your best to walk just a little bit every single day.

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  1. My hands are cold all the time. They get really warm after an exercise but they started to get sweaty. And then cold again..

  2. Thank you very much Dr .for tellings us so many good things about our health l would be watching all your videos, I am 74 with lots of illnesses

  3. Thank you for the video!

    Does increase blood flow help recovery injury wrist? and does it help relieve ligament/tendon pain?

  4. I exercise a lot, have the resting heart rate of an athlete, and still have cold hands, but I'll add these to my routine and see what happens

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